In January – February two teams lead by the Conservation Society of Sierra Leone conducted the annual Water Bird Census. This year the bird count was part of the international Water Bird Census which takes place every third year along the East Atlantic Flyway to observe numbers and sites of migratory and resident birds along the West African Coast.
The country report is now published with interesting outcomes: At the Yawri Bay for example there are 10 species recorded of conservation interest. That gives us motivation to continue our efforts to help communities protecting and conserving the eco-systems of coastal regions and their livelihood.
To read the full report, please click on the picture are follow this link: Water Bird Census 2023 – Country Report Sierra Leone